HIST-H 105: CHAP 07 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. By the 1820s, Philadelphia was becoming a centre of _ production.
2. In 1808, the Cherokee adopted a legal code combining Indian and:
ANS: U.S. law.
3. By 1800, much of southern agriculture was:
ANS: in d
HIST-H 105: CHAP 12 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. The election of 1852 was characterized by
Ans: voter apathy and lacklustre campaigns.
2. The majority of Republicans in the 1850s supported a government policy to
Ans: prevent the expansion of slavery in the territori
HIST-H 105: CHAP 04 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Most immigrants to colonial America after 1713 were?
ANS: slaves and indentured servants.
2. For urban artisans in colonial America:
ANS: a major goal was economic independence.
3. By 1750, English colonists numbered
HIST 105 Second Exam
1. republicanism There were four keys to the idea of republicanism. The first was
popular sovereignty, which allowed the people to rule from the idea of voting.
The next was virtue. This concept was that everyone wo
Final Exam HIST 105 Practice
1. Manifest destiny was the widely held belief that American settlers were destined
to expand throughout the rest of the continent. This idea became popular when it
began being published in the United States
2. Pequot War
a. The Pequot War was between the New England Native Americans and the
Puritans around 1637. The war was significant because it not only wiped out
almost an entire Native American tribe, but it also shifted from the populated
HIST-H 105: CHAP 13 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. During the early years of the war in the East:
ANS: a stalemate developed as decisive victory eluded both sides.
2. The use of the new, longer-range rifles during the Civil War:
ANS: produced a ghastly crop of dead me
HIST-H 105: CHAP 02 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Between 1519 and the early 1800s, the Africans crossed the Atlantic to the Americas
in greater numbers than any other.
2. The massive flow of silver bullion from the Americas to Europe in the s
HIST-H 105: CHAP 05 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. How did farmers respond to the movement toward revolution in the colonies?
ANS: They came around slowly to the cause of revolution.
2. Who were the Regulators?
ANS: frustrated farmers in North Carolina.
3. During the
HIST-H 105: CHAP 06 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Britain lost the Revolutionary War because it:
ANS: failed to capitalize sufficiently on its advantages.
2. The British invasion of the southern states was complicated by the:
ANS: colonial use of local knowledge and
HIST-H 105: CHAP 08 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Intangible factors contributing to America's antebellum economic growth
ANS: entrepreneurial mentality and mechanical nature of most Americans.
2. The dramatic improvement in transportation networks betw
HIST-H 105: CHAP 09 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Prior to 1830, southerners generally defended slavery as a(n):
ANS: necessary evil.
2. The yeoman farmers of the South:
ANS: were fiercely proud of their independence.
3. Southerners migrated south-westward in huge nu
HIST-H 105: CHAP 10 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. Essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson urged Americans to:
ANS: look inward for knowledge and self-reliance.
2. For members of his "perfectionist" community at Oneida, John Humphrey
ANS: communal child rearing.
HIST-H 105: CHAP 11 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. The Pre-emption Acts during the 1830s and 1840s:
ANS: encouraged westward migration by protection of "squatters' rights."
2. In 1850, prostitutes accounted for approximately _ percent of the
female population in Calif
HIST-H 105: CHAP 03 PRACTICE QUIZ.
1. In the colony of Maryland, the Calvert family intended to
Offer a religious refuge to Catholics.
Establish a colony for Quakers.
Carefully limit population growth.
Promoted economic and social equality.